Jack Conway on Jobs
Right to organize is pathway to middle class
Jack believes that the right to organize is fundamental for American workers and is a pathway to the middle class for many Kentucky families.
The Conway-Overly ticket has received endorsements from the Teamsters, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the Boilermakers, IUE-CWA, United Auto Workers, the United Food and Commercial Workers, and the Jefferson County Teachers Association.
Source: 2015 Kentucky Governor campaign website, ConwayOverly.com
, Aug 11, 2015
20% hometown tax credit for cost of creating a new job
CONWAY: Chris, I'm proposing a hometown tax credit, a 20% tax credit, for the cost of creating a new job. I think it's important that Americans see that our government is not just growing but that we're providing the incentives for the private sector to
grow us out of the recession. I also think that we need to get the small and community banks lending once again, because the government bailed out a bunch of big banks on Wall Street, and these regulators have come down awfully hard on the small communit
PAUL: But here's the problem. You say you want new lending from small banks, but you support the banking regulation bill. The problem was with government banks--Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac--bad policy at the Federal Reserve caused the recession,
caused the credit crunch. But yet Jack supports--President Obama supports--the new banking regulations, which every bank in Kentucky will tell you it wasn't our problem. No banks failed in Kentucky. But it's much harder to get a loan in Kentucky now.
Source: Fox News Sunday, 2010 Kentucky Senate debate
, Oct 3, 2010
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